Daily News from New York, New York on October 17, 1972 · 93
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Daily News from New York, New York · 93

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Tuesday, October 17, 1972
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iifc y Gala Benefit Premiere - Tonight Loews State I for benefit of NAACP-Project Rebound. Seats available. For information, call Dorothy Watson 682-6994, 66$ ?600 By CHARLES Mc HARRY Coos All The Way V Lois Nettlcton Ellen Burstyn Ellen Burstyn, an Oscar nominee last year for ."The Last Picture Show," just might be singled out again this year for her role in "The King of Marvin Gardens." She delivers a bravura performance as a fading beauty who in one wild scene backs off ber hair, destroys all ber make-up, burns her ward robe and guns down a male chauvinist pig. ... Diminutive Emily Kwok recently opened a Mandarin- est erie at 44th St. and Second Ave. She calls the rest au rant Little Me. . . . Ralph A 1 -swang's designs backstage at the new Uris Theater include eight star dressing rooms equipped with air-conditioning, private baths and adjoining "green rooms' for post-performance gatherings.- . . .. Margaret Harris, musical director of "Two Gentlemen of Verona," is jetting back and forth to California to audition actors for the West Coast company or tne show. . . . Reminiscing at Joe s Pier 52 about their days as Strug gling Broadway actresses: Eva Marie Saint and Kim Hunter. Attention, all you protesters! No matter what your gripe, you'll have a chance to air it and to get a load on at the same time when Jackie Clark's Squawk Box opens Oct. 26 on First Ave. at 65th St. Patrons -will be invited to mount a stage no larger than a soap box, take mike in hand and beef about " anything from amour hangups to zipper snafus ... Hollywood eyeful Lois Net tleton is in town for huddles with Alexander Cohen about, starring in the Broadway musical he s readying titled "It s Love. What are soft clothes? That's what uniformed cops call the civilian duds -they wear off-duty ... The Bejart ballet, opening at the Felt Forum next Tuesday, carries four tons of sound ' equipment for its music, and that is just about the total weight of the 90 dancers in the troupe ... Robert Mitchum is said to be reading Broadway scripts. ' One of the dealei-s taking part In the National Arts and An tiques Festival opening Saturday at the 7th Regiment Armory is named Mary De .Long. Her address, sort of suggestive for an antiques dealer, is Shades of Death Road, Great Meadows, N.J . . . Mickey Spillane, dining with his wife Sherri at the Unicorn, summed up his writing technique: "When I start a book, I feel a tremendous urge to get the story down. I type for hours on end, usually until I'm too sleepy to hit the right keys. I don't rewrite- If something needs rewriting, It wasn't good enough to put down in the first, place." ... Producers Earl Fries and Dick Woody, waiting for an off-Broadway theater for their "Hubba Hubba"- musical, are presentine a revue at the Upstairs next week . . , Abe and Billy Flatt, the father-son team which operates Reu bens and . Hutton s, are opening two new spots with the same name, Billy's Plum, one in the Times Square area and the other on J. 53th St.,'- : . For a Cleaner New York? Edmund Lillys, .owner of the Glou cester House on K. 50th bu, is back from a two-month stay in Greece and he carries a memento in his pocket. Asked how he enjoyed his visit, he displays his souvenir, a small piece of cello phane, and says: "This is the only litter I saw on the immaculate streets of Athens and Piraus during my stay there." ... Howard Koch and Pete Hammil heard Robert Miano sing at the Press Box and signed him for a role in "Badge 373." . . . Italian film actor uina i uscano, who appearea in a dozen r eilini movies, is the new singing star at the Iperbole ... Onna White had to turn down choreographing the Broadway musical "Irene" in order to do the movie - version - of "Mame." ... Edward G. Robinson will be celebrating his 80th birthday when-his new movie "Soylent Green'" premieres. STARTS TODAY BUSINESS ftliiHI .11 X-fJ wMAN bat m adults m no 1 COLOR ONLY LliOu t SOUND 8thAVEat45thST246-6696 CONTINUOUS- S:45AM TO 1AM DIANA ROSS BILLIE HOLIDAY 0 7 7WSI LADY NGS THE UES PARAMOUNT PICTURES CORPORATION and BEPPY GOPDY present DIANA ROSS IN 1ADY SINGS THE BLUES also starring BILLY DEE WILLIAMS - co-starring RIGHARD PRYOR Drected by SIDNEY J. FURIE Produced byJAY WESTGN and JAMES S. WHITE Executive Producer BERRY GORDY Screenplay by TERENCE McCLOY and CHRIS 'CLARK and SUZANNE de PASSE Music score by MICHEL LEGRAND Filmed in PANAVISIGN In COLOR I .-t-. I A PARAMOUNT PICTURE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AVAHABtE ON MOTOWN RECORDS AND TAPES R NCftTWCTCD Under 17 'ecL.ts CCom(nyng Pm or Atfult GuMtfW WORLD PREMIERE TOMORROW ON BROADWAY A fV" ON THE EAST SIDE ' LOEWS STATE 1 fl M LOEWS ORPHEUM )o, i? .3H.,t Jo. n u B'way at 45 St 582-5070 sssr 3rd Ave. at 86 St 289-4607 - u. ? . su. 7,45,10 30 TJtoCfing "The marvel of this movie is the candor and validity of its relationships as in Rafelson's earlier 'Five Easy Pieces'!" ARTHUR KNIGHT. Saturday Review pKOmmmefsstM,m i ntimumiiiim Columbn Rciixm paw! o BBS PVoducww H. olumbial t u MMat 12:00. 2 00. 4 00. 6:00. 8 00. 10 00. Umtad ArtKti m -' THP - I PIL.L.OW CASE !:"FELLINi'S I PRETTY PLEASE I N COtOR ADULTS ONIY 44 st and 8th Ave. 246-9550 meo -T lfjL My CITY jpi. METROCOtDR PAMAVISION " (JMGM IpQ ".; METR0C0L0R. "A haunting film with brilliant acting. A searing masterpiece!" REX REED, Syndicated Columnist i;S:i:5::S:S;;;:; Starring JON VOIGHT BURT REYNOLDS PANAVISION 3fRl TECHNICOLOR From Warner Bros . A Warner Communications Company 7 77NO STREET ANO 3R0 AVE 79-13'J 1 2:00. 2:00, 4 00. 6:00. 8:00. 10:00 Special! 2l IsHMHBI 1 lEMEMU IU1 PIISMUS IF WAI

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